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Chad Kendall
Chad Kendall
Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
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How do voters respond to information? Evidence from a randomized campaign
C Kendall, T Nannicini, F Trebbi
American Economic Review 105 (1), 322-53, 2015
2872015
Incumbency advantages in the Canadian Parliament
C Kendall, M Rekkas
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 45 (4), 1560-1585, 2012
992012
Unbundling Polarization
N Canen, C Kendall, F Trebbi
682018
Political Parties as Drivers of US Polarization: 1927-2018
NJ Canen, C Kendall, F Trebbi
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
392021
The Time Cost of Information in Financial Markets
C Kendall
Journal of Economic Theory 176, 118-157, 2018
282018
Causal Narratives
CW Kendall, C Charles
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
142022
On the Complexity of Forming Mental Models
C Kendall, R Oprea
11*
The common good and voter polarization
C Kendall, J Matsusaka
Available at SSRN 3868589, 2021
9*2021
Are biased beliefs fit to survive? An experimental test of the market selection hypothesis
C Kendall, R Oprea
Journal of Economic Theory 176, 342-371, 2018
92018
Market panics, frenzies, and informational efficiency: theory and experiment
C Kendall
mimeo, University of Southern California, 2017
6*2017
Future self-proof elicitation mechanisms
C Kendall, A Chakraborty
Available at SSRN 4032946, 2022
52022
Noisy Foresight
A Chakraborty, CW Kendall
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
42022
Herding and Contrarianism: A Matter of Preference?
C Kendall
https://www.sites.google.com/site/chadwkendall/home/files/kendall-ptherding …, 2017
4*2017
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